The Adrian Dominican Sisters have long been engaged, individually and communally, in efforts to protect the integrity of creation and bring about a more just, peaceful and compassionate world. The Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation coordinates these efforts by bringing to light injustices and recommending ways to take action.
Sister Attracta Kelly, OP, Director of the Office of Immigration Assistance, provided an update on current immigration issues, including the separation of families at the border, on June 19, 2018.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s Justice for Immigrants (JFI) and Catholic Charities USA have offered a selection of things you can do to help END family separation.
Five Ways To Help Stop Family Separation
If you have questions or concerns feel free to contact JFI directly at email@example.com.
This summer follow the students of March For Our Lives on the Road to Change – a bus tour that will stop at 50 different places across the country. Their goal is to register people to vote, especially the eligible youth of America. The aim is to elect leader to go to Congress to solve the problem of gun violence in this country. No longer is it acceptable to say that nothing can change or sensible gun control laws are impossible. Join with the students who will begin their bus tour in Chicago on June 15th.
Click here to see the July and August tour dates.
How can you join the Road to Change?
Click the links below to view the second series of 100 Days of Prayer designed by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange.
July 8-14 daily prayer list
July 15-21 daily prayer list
Greening My Footprint is a monthly email in English and Spanish that offers ways to reduce our carbon footprint. The newsletter will return in September — stay tuned!
The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality. Learn the fundamental principles of the Poor People’s Campaign.
The Forty Days of Action culminated with a rally in Washington, D.C. Thousands of people across the country participated in the Fourty Days of Action with many engaging in civil disobedience. Watch a video of these days of unprecedented action.